|Australian Childrens Television Foundation - Address To The Senate Standing Committee on Arts And Education - The Honorable Norman Lacy MP|
An address by the Honorable Norman Lacy MP, Minister for the Arts and Educational Services in the State of Victoria (Australia), to The Senate Standing Committee on Arts and Education of the Commonwealth Parliament on the need for the establishment for an Australian Childrens Television Foundation in Canberra on 30th March 1981.
Keywords: Children's Television
|Film Victoria Bill Second Reading Speech - The Honourable Norman Lacy MP|
The Second Reading Speech of the Film Victoria Bill that created a new statutory authority to be responsible for all government activities related to the production and distribution of film in Victoria (Australia). The new organisation was established by amalgamating the Victorian Film Corporation, the State Film Centre and the Audio Visual Resources Branch of the Education Department. the speech was made in the Legislative Assembly of the Victorian Parliament on 6th October 1981.
Keywords: film; children's television; educational film
|Hugh's Adventures: Caveman Hugh - Simon McGarr|
A script for a children's television animation series. A child playing in his back garden imagines an exciting adventure with his toys. Two explorers find a caveman frozen in ice. But one wants to tour his dead body for the fame and fortune it will bring. So when the caveman thaws out and is alive, the other explorer has to find a way to rescue him. But will there be a place for him in the modern world?
Keywords: Caveman; Children's television; children's programme; script animation
|S. 1383, Children's Protection from Violent Programming Act of 1993 : S. 973, Television Report Card Act of 1993, and S. 943, Children's Television Violence Protection Act of 1993 : hearing before the Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation, United States Senate, One Hundred Third Congress, first session, October 20, 1993 - United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation|
Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
Keywords: Child welfare; Children's television programs; Violence on television
|Sesame Street Elmopalooza!|
Here is the Classic 30th Annivsary Sesame Street Album.
Keywords: Elmopalooza Sesame Street Workshop Children's Television PBS Kids Children's Music
|The Snowman - Children's Circle|
"Overjoyed when his snowman comes to life, a young boy invites the snowman home, and in return, they fly hand in hand above beautiful cities and strange lands. Muted pastels coupled with an exquisite orchestral score make this non-verbal winter tale an experience for all seasons."
Keywords: vhs; Childrens Circle; Children's Television Hall of Fame
Downloads: 1,335 (2 reviews)
|Your New Hollywood: You get it! Got it? Good: 3-Minute Friday Quickie (December 14, 2012)|
Gabrielle presents this weeks Friday Quickie.
Keywords: Podcast; Your New Hollywood; Pop-culture; Little Airplane Productions; Children's Television; Google; Child Labor Laws
|1955 Episode of ''The Paul Winchell Show''|
A 1955 epiode of "The Paul Winchell/Jerry Mahoney Show". With original candy commercials. A delightful childrens series.
Keywords: Classic TV; 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Children's Television; Cult TV
Downloads: 3,936 (1 review)
|Sesame Street Celebrates! All Time Hits 25 Wonderful Years|
Here is a special cassette only release album Sesame Street released for their 25th season.
Keywords: Sesame Street Celebrates Muppets Jim Henson CTW Children's Television Workshop Sesame Workshop PBS
|Hugh's Adventures: Hugh Exodus - Simon McGarr|
A script for a short children's animated and live action film set on a family day out at the beach
Keywords: Children's film Children's television; children's programme; script animation; children; script; animation; animation; script; stop-motion; Beaches; Holiday
|''Super Circus'' - Misc Episode 3|
A partial episode of the 1950's tlevision series "Super Circus". Please excuse the poor picture quality.
Keywords: 50s; 50's; 1950s; 1950's; Fifties; Super Circus; Classic TV; TV; Classic Television; Television; Children's TV; Children's Television; Kinescope; Kinescopes; Commercials
Downloads: 2,807 (1 review)
|1940's Television: ''Howdy Doody'' - 3rd August 1949|
1940's Television: An episode of "Howdy Doody" from the 3rd of August, 1949. This episode features many of the aspects which made the show one of early TV's biggest hits, and even contains original NBC Network IDs. Overall, an unusual example of children's TV from the era when what worked and what didn't was still being worked out.
Keywords: Classic TV; Television; 40s; 40's; 1940s; 1940's; American Culture; United States; America; NBC; National Broadcasting Company; 1949; Howdy Doody; Entertainment; Entertaining; forties; Children's television
Downloads: 4,858 (2 reviews)
|Funny or Die Video 1661: The Thumblettes by aweekofkindness.com - Funny or Die|
A parody of a children's television show from New York sketch comedy group, A Week of Kindness. Written by Nate Kushner, Dan Hopper and Mike Still. For more hilarious videos, go to www.aweekofkindness.com
Keywords: Funny or Die Video Archive; Children's television show; New York; sketch comedy; Group A; funny; Cheez It; adultery; murder; Sex Love; tiny; guns; shooting; infidelity; webs; of; deceit; Old Man; petersons; cat
|Audio Wikinews Brief : June 10, 2010 - Wikinews|
The Democratic Republic of Congo sentences two Norwegian's to death in a second trial; California newspaper The Valley News retracts a story similar to the famous 'Dewey Defeats Truman' incident; South Korea experiences a setback for its space program and, in history, the king of all wild things is born in 1928. Audio Wikinews is a recap of the days top stories from Wikinews.org
Keywords: wikinews; news; wikimedia; audio; Democratic Republic of Congo; Joshua French; Tjostolv Moland; Abedi Kasongo; Norway; UK; Anthony Wright; Scotland; John McSporran; Dewey Defeats Truman; Joel Anderson; California; Dennis Hollingsworth; The Valley News; Jeff Stone; Barry Jantz; Riverside County; Paul Clay; Chelsea; Premier League; Joe Cole; Michael Ballack; Michael Becker; South Korea; Naro-1 rocket; STSAT-2B; Dual-channel Radiometer for Earth and Atmosphere Monitoring; Maurice Bernard Sendak; Where the Wild Things Are; Philip Sendak; Dr. Maxwell Leigh Eidinoff; Atomics for the Millions; In the Night Kitchen; American Library Association; banned books; Holocaust; Children's Television Workshop; Sesame Street; Jim Henson